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Nephil wrote: "And next take Jesus'words to James : "Your father is not my father. But my father has become a father to you." from the same text"

There is almost no other way than to determine that James is at best (!) Jesus half brother. Otherwise the first paragraph would not have mentioned Theuda as the father of James, but Joseph?!"

Yes, you are correct James IS the half-brother of Jesus, because God is the father of Jesus, and Joseph is the father of James.

So the Gnostic texts do coincide with the Biblical text.

Sincerely,
Kimberly

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James can not be the 'real' brother of Jesus 649 Nephil 12-Mar-04 01:47
Re: James can not be the 'real' brother of Jesus 206 Lee McGiffen 12-Mar-04 13:26
Re: James can not be the 'real' brother of Jesus 149 Nephil 12-Mar-04 15:46
Re: James can not be the 'real' brother of Jesus 196 Kboldt 12-Mar-04 16:57
Fictional literature 146 ananda 12-Mar-04 18:18
Re: Fictional literature 171 David L 12-Mar-04 18:50
Re: Fictional literature 193 Nephil 12-Mar-04 20:25
Re: Fictional literature 166 ananda 12-Mar-04 23:12
Re: Fictional literature 349 Nephil 12-Mar-04 23:39
In addtion.... 162 Kboldt 12-Mar-04 17:43
Re: James can not be the 'real' brother of Jesus 182 Cookiemonsters 12-Mar-04 20:43
Re: James can not be the 'real' brother of Jesus 189 Kboldt 12-Mar-04 20:59


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